Bykhov is a city in the Mogilev region of Belarus. Here are some of the attractions of this city:
Memorial of Glory: a monument in honor of the Soviet soldiers who died during the Great Patriotic War.
Church of St. Simeon and St. Helena: a Catholic church built in 1790 in the Baroque style.
Bykhov Museum of History and Local Lore: a museum dedicated to the history and culture of the city and its environs.
Park of Culture and Leisure named after the 60th Anniversary of Soviet Power: a park located on the banks of the Berezina River, with beautiful views of the surroundings.
Museum of the History of the Bykhov Library: a museum with a collection of books and documents related to the history of the library and its activities.
Palace and park ensemble of Peter Konovalets: a park founded in the early 20th century, with monuments of architecture and garden art.
Museum of the Bykhov Pencil Factory: a museum dedicated to the history of pencil production in Belarus and the collection of pencils.